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IRISH POOR LAWS—MEETING IN LONDON.

IRISH POOR LAWS—MEETING IN LONDON.

IRISH POOR LAWS-MEETING IN LONDONj ?? - _ - A SA . .L A meeting of the constituency of London, for the pur-1 pose of considering the propriety of petitioning Parliament! to afford relief to Ireland, by enacting poor laws for that' country, was held at Guildhall on Wednesday. Soon
26 April 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JUST disengaged and wants a Situation as Housemaid, or wait on young lady or Isdies, steady, active, young Woman, who

JUST disengaged and wants a Situation as Housemaid, or wait on young lady or Isdies, steady, active, young Woman, who

can work well atJier needle, and make plain dresses—make-up floe thin; highly recommended by ladies now in town /Iffis flo Incumbrance ; objection to town or co up,«f to travel; Is of the Established Church.—Jfh^Betteijladdressed to J. 8., No. 11, Lower Ourfaftd-Pmy, No. 5, Brid
26 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TURKEY.—ENTRY OP TEN THOUSAND RUSSIANS INTO CONSTANTINOPLE. We have received today intelligence of great moment from the East, Prance. The

TURKEY.—ENTRY OP TEN THOUSAND RUSSIANS INTO CONSTANTINOPLE. We have received today intelligence of great moment from the East, Prance. The

following was posted st the Lloyd's Francais, establishment which, we have before said, generally obtain! accurate and speedy information " It la autcd that the Ruiaian Beet hu taken powes of the Dardanelles, end that 10,000 Ruiaians have entered Constantinople. All was tranquil
26 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
We hare read Tit Quarterly Review of the present month, an article onder the head of " Natal Timber and

We hare read Tit Quarterly Review of the present month, an article onder the head of " Natal Timber and

Arboriculture, P. Mil new, Esq.," in which an interesting account is giren, of certain experiments, tried by order of Government, to ascertain the effects of process discovered Mr. KYAN, for the prevention of dry rot in timber. The inspections which look place the dock yard at W
26 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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26 April 1833 - Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
Notice to Passengers, THOSE who have engaged their Passage tb« THOMAS COXON, Owner and Commander, Are requested to be in

Notice to Passengers, THOSE who have engaged their Passage tb« THOMAS COXON, Owner and Commander, Are requested to be in

BELFAST, on WEDNESDAY the First of May, a* thia well known Firourite. and Regular Trader QUEBEC, will clear that day, and Sail fint fair wind after. Emigrants seldom meet with such an opportunity the CANADA preeenta—-Captain Coxon being Oumer, well as Commander ; and Passengers
26 April 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
While such, regards the Old Testament are the vague and shifting Mods on wbioh the presumption Private Judgment haste build

While such, regards the Old Testament are the vague and shifting Mods on wbioh the presumption Private Judgment haste build

its conclusions, the difficulties which the way of inquirer into the New Testament are hardly of less perplexing or unsurmountablc nature ; nor did the gross misconception of the Jews, respecting the Messiah, slfnda much stronger proof of the fallibility of human reason, such su
26 April 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KING AND THE MINISTRY.

THE KING AND THE MINISTRY.

There another eommniion in the cabinet, occasioned the of illusir persontge to sanction the appointment of one «f the lich-st Whig commoners the kingdom, the vacant simeu of captain of the band gentium n pensioner. S ngula ly enough, the cabinet if united upon the question !—Tru
26 April 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TURKEY.

TURKEY.

VW orteLna: D 31,uAP l6il. 3 ?? ;~ DU.JAL.[3T: FRIDA Y, APRIL 26, U933. - . . 'L URKEY. We have received intelligence to day of great moment frem the East, via France. The following was posted, at the Lloyd's Francais, an establishment which, as we have before s.id, generally obt
26 April 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH GRAND JURIES.

IRISH GRAND JURIES.

Lord Aeheson, Lord Clrtneurs, Mr. John Brown, and Mr.' F. French, have been added to the committee the House of Commons for altering tbe laws relating to grand juries in Ireland. Previous the adjournment of ike House of Commons on Tuesday morning, tbe trial of offences (Ireland)
26 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland